How are 2013 Boulder County real estate sales stacking up to previous years?
Year to Year Comparison: January 1st – August 31st, 2012 vs. 2013
Information Provided by IRES, Information and Real Estate Services and Metrolist. All reported
sales were not necessarily listed or sold by Four Star Realty and Property Management, Inc.
and are intended only to show trends in the area.
Summary of Statistics:
Although the market is showing seasonal signs of slowing, many segments of the market
are still far above a norm that we have not seen in many years. Interestingly, while demand
and prices are up substantially, the number of units sold as compared to last year are up only
modestly. The “cooling” that we are beginning to see is not uniform across all
segments of the market, and the lower end continues to be a very hot seller’s market.
In Boulder, the market remains very active up to $750,000 for single family homes
and up to $500,000 for condominiums. In Denver, the market remains very active up
to $500,000 for both single family homes as well as condominiums.
Examples and are based on market conditions as of September 4th, 2013. Local rates include
1 point paid to Lender.This is not a guarantee of any kind. Interest Rates are subject to daily
change based on market conditions
and a variety of specific qualifications for borrowers.
Local Business News
Town Center gets final OK in Superior SUPERIOR – The Superior Board of Trustees
voted 6-1 on Monday night to give final approval to the $700 million Superior Town Center
development. Read More
Redevelopment fuels Louisville boom New housing is surging in the northern part
of town, with three major mixed-use commercial developments about to follow. Read More
Ruling clears way to redevelop Longmont mall LONGMONT – An $80 million plan to
redevelop Twin Peaks Mall may move forward quickly, after a judge’s ruling that Longmont
officials can take title to the Dillard’s department store. Read More
Food co-op to open Thursday BOULDER – A new food spot – The Second Kitchen co-op –
is opening Thursday, Sept. 5, in the former Delilah’s Pretty Good Grocery space at
904 College Ave., Boulder.. Read More
Groundbreaking held at Depot Square BOULDER – With construction noise buzzing in
the background, developers of the Depot Square mixed-use project held an official
groundbreaking ceremony Aug. 19. Read More
Impacts unclear as Boulder plan nears OK Boulder’s proposed Civic Area Master
Plan charts out in depth how city leaders see the mostly public-owned land from Ninth
to 14th streets between Arapahoe Avenue and Canyon Boulevard shaping up over the next decade. Read More
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